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Kamegare is a fictional mecha in Heroic Blaze SolAka.

Creation and concept

The name is a combination of kame (turtle in Japanese) and jägare (hunter in Swedish).

Because Xuan Wu represents the north and the winter season, and Generai Yami rules the North on Planet Shenbu, Kamegare takes the form of a giant tortoise. Tamonten/Bishamonten (Vaiśravaṇa) is the Buddhist counterpart of the tortoise. Tamonten is also called the Black Warrior, while Yami's name means darkness. MGW had a concern of using two turtle-based super robots in the series, both based on the same myth. However, the serpent aspect from Chinese culture is put in Kamegare.

In Hinduism, Yami is sometimes called Yamuna, which is the name of a notable river and is also worshipped as a goddess. When the naga (serpent) Kaliya was defeated by Krishna, the river became dark. Before that, the river was poisonous.

In the Agni Purana, Yamuna (goddess) is described as "black in complexion" and stands on a tortoise mount, holding a water pot in her hand.

Technical Data

Stats of Kamegare

  • Model Number: STN-3
  • Manufacturer: Shenbu Army
  • Unit Type: Ground Combat
  • Height: 46.2m
  • Weight: ?
  • Energy Source: Soul Gem


Unofficial Name
Dark Carapice. Tons of Iron Panels make up its shell and can detach to work as shields.
Naga Chains
Dangerous for their great length and pierce ability. Connected to the shell panels from inside the shell.
Carapice Lasers (Stings)
"Winter Illusion"

Service History/Pilots

Shirei War


Imperial Address


Mechanics/Weapons of Heroic Blaze SolAka
BaoShiro | SolAka | SUJ-ARJK3 | SUJ-HMJK4 | The Taiyoko | Yamikyo MK.II | Dai-Yamato V | STN-2 Gajavar | Kamegare | Kala Lecture | Amasata | Gong Xie | JST-1X | HSL Project Series